Transcribed by unknown author unknown author
Edition: Thurs, May 20th, 1897 Thurs, May 20th, 1897
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
The Rev. H. J. ALLEN, the newly appointed rector preached in Moresby Parish
Church for the first time on Sunday to large congregations.
W. H. VICKERS, who recently returned from Canada, has been articled as a
farm pupil to Mr. William WALKER, Abbey Farm, St. Bees.
Father BRUNO will give an organ recital at St. Begh's Catholic Church on
Tuesday evening, in aid of the Infirmary.
A meeting of the creditors of Mr. Hy CROSS, of Lowther-street, is to be held
at Mr. ATTER's office, tomorrow, (Friday) evening.
Thunder was heard for the first time in this district on Friday. The sound
was plain enough, and it appeared to come from the Ennerdale locality.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas TYSON, of Ghyll Bank, are at present at Southport, where
Mr. TYSON is deriving much benefit from the change of air.
Ravenglass railway station contains the most and prettiest flowers of all
the stations on the Furness line. Some of the wall flowers here are simply
A Liverpool publican has been fined 1s and 1s costs for being in possession
of a policeman's baton. He had had it over two years, and kept it in case it
would "come in useful." The article was confiscated.
Inspector BLANKINSOP, of Millom, who was retired from the police force,
after 26 years service, has just been the recipient of a handsome umbrella, with
inscription, and an illuminated address, in oak frame, subscribed for by the
police under him in the Millom sub-division.